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Web Directions 2007

Anybody who has attended one of the excellent Web Directions conferences in the past will know what a great opportunity they are to hear great talks and meet up with your web colleagues.

This year Web Directions South is on in Sydney from September 25th to 29th, with two days each of workshops and talks. If you aren’t already registered, then tomorrow is the last day to register at the early bird price (you don’t have to pay yet).

Last year Dave and Ben gave a talk about how they started Campaign Monitor, and you can still download the podcast and slides. This year we are not speaking, but we will be part of the expo during the conference days.

In our stand we’ll be demoing Campaign Monitor and MailBuild, meeting some of you guys and we’re also working on giving away a pretty cool prize. There are some great speakers lined up for the event, and we’d love to see you there!

Tomorrow is also the deadline for nominations for the McFarlane Prize, an award for excellence in Australian web design. The prize is for “sites built and launched by Australian individuals or teams between August 1st 2006 and July 31 2007”, and you’ve still got enough time to nominate.

Visit the Web Directions 2007 website.

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